Sunday, Aug. 29

Sunday, Aug. 29

There are 20 comments on the Lebanon Daily News story from Aug 29, 2010, titled Sunday, Aug. 29. In it, Lebanon Daily News reports that:

What's with the four or five young men skateboarding back and forth across North Ninth Street between the railroad tracks and Church Street? They seem to be there every day, challenging the cars speeding up the street.

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my way

Lancaster, PA

#1 Aug 29, 2010
What Prince Albert wants everything to go his way or he takes his ball and goes home.

You part of the just vote "NO" Party fast Eddie.
Taxpayer representation

Lancaster, PA

#2 Aug 29, 2010
Thank you Mr. Arnold. You were one of two school board members that showed they had common sense and a spine. I think the question should be for Mr. Mathis. Why didn't Mr. Mathis ever put a one yr. freeze on the table like the taxpayers wanted?
Coach Jerry

Millersville, PA

#3 Aug 29, 2010
my way wrote:
What Prince Albert wants everything to go his way or he takes his ball and goes home.
You part of the just vote "NO" Party fast Eddie.
If the GOP wants voters to come back to it and not to just vote against the Democrats, they should be not just the party of "NO" but the party of "HELL NO!".

Hell no to socialized medicine. Hell no to the fascist seizure of private business be it car companies or mortgage companies or fiscal institutions. Hell no to net neutrality. Hell no to Chicago-style corruption. Hell no to the largest deficit in American history. Hell no to abandoning our traditional allies in favor of socialist and Islamofascist thugs. Hell no to the Cairo speech, apologizing for a country that has been, and remains, a beacon of liberty for the world. Hell no to illegal immigration and blanket amnesty. Hell no radical communists as czars and judicial nominees. Hell no to attacks on that which made us the greatest economy the world has ever seen- the free market. Hell no to attempts to destroy that which made us the world's greatest nation- the Constitution. Hell no to attacks on private property rights. Hell no to attacks on freedom no matter how carefully cloaked they are in code words and phrases like "saving the planet" and "tolerance". Hell no to progressivism.

If the GOP wants to not just be Democrat-lite and actually attract voters this is just a small part of what they need to do.
Over Taxed

York, PA

#4 Aug 29, 2010
Thank You Mr Edward J Albert Jr.A man with a pair of basketballs.
Get help

Rheems, PA

#5 Aug 29, 2010
Coach Jerry wrote:
<quoted text>
If the GOP wants voters to come back to it and not to just vote against the Democrats, they should be not just the party of "NO" but the party of "HELL NO!".
Hell no to socialized medicine. Hell no to the fascist seizure of private business be it car companies or mortgage companies or fiscal institutions. Hell no to net neutrality. Hell no to Chicago-style corruption. Hell no to the largest deficit in American history. Hell no to abandoning our traditional allies in favor of socialist and Islamofascist thugs. Hell no to the Cairo speech, apologizing for a country that has been, and remains, a beacon of liberty for the world. Hell no to illegal immigration and blanket amnesty. Hell no radical communists as czars and judicial nominees. Hell no to attacks on that which made us the greatest economy the world has ever seen- the free market. Hell no to attempts to destroy that which made us the world's greatest nation- the Constitution. Hell no to attacks on private property rights. Hell no to attacks on freedom no matter how carefully cloaked they are in code words and phrases like "saving the planet" and "tolerance". Hell no to progressivism.
If the GOP wants to not just be Democrat-lite and actually attract voters this is just a small part of what they need to do.
You are sincerely out of your mind. Get help.
POST COP

York, PA

#6 Aug 29, 2010
Hello,I will be in and around today.
Bag pipes

York, PA

#7 Aug 29, 2010
A big YES for Mr Albert.
The Oil Man

Richmond, VA

#8 Aug 29, 2010
Well said Mr. Albert. Raising taxes in a deflationary economic environment is madness.
Not retired

Lebanon, PA

#9 Aug 29, 2010
Check the status of teacher union negotiations in Conrad Weiser in the Reading Eagle.They have worked during the 2009-2010 without a contract.

"That three-year proposal would have frozen salaries for the first year, except for the steps for education and seniority. The second year would have included a 2 percent raise, and year three would have raised salaries 1.5 percent"

They must have used a different fact finder

http://readingeagle.com/article.aspx...
Morbius

Myerstown, PA

#10 Aug 29, 2010
The Oil Man wrote:
Well said Mr. Albert. Raising taxes in a deflationary economic environment is madness.
Don't tell that to the liberals; they think money can be pulled out of the taxpayer's rear-ends...
Funky Tut

Lancaster, PA

#11 Aug 29, 2010
Coach Jerry wrote:
<quoted text>
If the GOP wants voters to come back to it and not to just vote against the Democrats, they should be not just the party of "NO" but the party of "HELL NO!".
Hell no to socialized medicine. Hell no to the fascist seizure of private business be it car companies or mortgage companies or fiscal institutions. Hell no to net neutrality. Hell no to Chicago-style corruption. Hell no to the largest deficit in American history. Hell no to abandoning our traditional allies in favor of socialist and Islamofascist thugs. Hell no to the Cairo speech, apologizing for a country that has been, and remains, a beacon of liberty for the world. Hell no to illegal immigration and blanket amnesty. Hell no radical communists as czars and judicial nominees. Hell no to attacks on that which made us the greatest economy the world has ever seen- the free market. Hell no to attempts to destroy that which made us the world's greatest nation- the Constitution. Hell no to attacks on private property rights. Hell no to attacks on freedom no matter how carefully cloaked they are in code words and phrases like "saving the planet" and "tolerance". Hell no to progressivism.
If the GOP wants to not just be Democrat-lite and actually attract voters this is just a small part of what they need to do.
ZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz ..........

Don't you ever miss reality? It's been asking me when you are coming back to it. It misses you.
Funky Tut

Lancaster, PA

#12 Aug 29, 2010
When you people are all destitute and starving, then I will champion your crying about taxes. Until then, shut up and deal with it. You and your conservative pals made this bed we all sleep in, now you want to cry when the blanket doesn't cover your precious cold feet. Too bad.

You want to fix it, then stop being part of the problem and work with those who ALSO want to find a solution instead of listening to the idiots who continue to snow you and make you believe they have all the answers, when all they really want to do is maintain their status quo that got us into this mess in the first place.
The Oil Man

Richmond, VA

#13 Aug 29, 2010
Funky Tut wrote:
When you people are all destitute and starving, then I will champion your crying about taxes. Until then, shut up and deal with it. You and your conservative pals made this bed we all sleep in, now you want to cry when the blanket doesn't cover your precious cold feet. Too bad.
You want to fix it, then stop being part of the problem and work with those who ALSO want to find a solution instead of listening to the idiots who continue to snow you and make you believe they have all the answers, when all they really want to do is maintain their status quo that got us into this mess in the first place.
A liberal that gains an understanding of elementary economics is no longer a liberal.

Raising taxes in a recession is mad.
Just wondering

Lebanon, PA

#14 Aug 30, 2010
Hey Coach Jerry, The Oil Man and Morbius -- Ronald Reagan won the presidency to a large degree because he projected optimism. Seems like current Republicans haven't learned that lesson, since they're all about negatives.(Reagan also raised taxes, didn't care about increasing the deficit or selling arms to terrorists, but his defenders don't like to talk about those things.)
And another fact -- and it is a fact -- the Republican Party's future is gonna be pretty bleak if it can't begin to attract minorities. Don't believe me? Check the country's demographics.
The Oil Man

Chicago, IL

#15 Aug 30, 2010
Just wondering wrote:
Hey Coach Jerry, The Oil Man and Morbius -- Ronald Reagan won the presidency to a large degree because he projected optimism. Seems like current Republicans haven't learned that lesson, since they're all about negatives.
I don't vote for republocrats. St. Ronnie gets no quarter from me; he was a big government conservative.
Morbius

Myerstown, PA

#16 Aug 30, 2010
Just wondering wrote:
Reagan also raised taxes, didn't care about increasing the deficit or selling arms to terrorists, but his defenders don't like to talk about those things.
Actually, you are mis-stating history. Reagan agreed to go along with those tax increases because the liberal Democrat leaders in the House - specifically, Tip O'Neil - promised spending cuts to compensate for the increases. But, in typical commie-lib style, it turns out they LIED and went back on their promise. Was the last time Reagan fell for that stunt. Nor does that one episode wash away all of the good that was done by the across the board tax cuts that were implemented early in his administration.

As for terrorists, of whom do you speak - the freedom fighters in Nicaraugua(SP)? Or that sham episode called Iran-Contra? Seems to me that the defense of liberty should not be called 'terrorism'...
Just wondering

Lebanon, PA

#17 Aug 30, 2010
Yeah, OK Ollie North. Way to revise history.

There are two options: Either Reagan didn't know what Ollie was doing, or he didn't care. Not sure which is worse.

And as for Reagan's reaction when the Marine Corps barracks was blown up in Lebanon ... well, that was another proud moment wasn't it?

As for your portrayal of Reagan getting tricked by Tip: Well, there you go again.... hahaha
WhatuSay

York, PA

#18 Aug 30, 2010
Isn,t Reagon like dead.Nothing like pointing the blame on a dead man.Ollie was doing what he was told to do. No one to blame but Obama. Time to stop the blame game and fix the problem.
Jon

Elizabethtown, PA

#19 Aug 30, 2010
You people can guess at Albert's motivations all you want, but he avoided the question like a true politician.

Succumbing to the demands of an angry mob has nothing to do with principles.

And you paranoid conservatives who have never left the red scare, get over yourselves. Democrats may disagree with you, but they are not evil!
CLSD Taxpayer

Lebanon, PA

#20 Aug 31, 2010
In response to Edward Albert, CLSD board member, opinion on Aug. 29, 2010 : DITTO.....wake up people!

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